The Labyrinth sequel may never materialize, and a reboot’s future is uncertain after the untimely death of the orb-juggling Jareth (all hail the Goblin King). But as you pick out the right crotch-gripping pants to celebrate the film’s 30th anniversary this summer, the Jim Henson Company is releasing a board game to…
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I'm finding it hard to do much else on this afternoon after learning earlier today that one of the greatest films of my childhood will, after 28 years, finally be getting a sequel. I'm talking, of course, about the 1986 movie Labyrinth.
What does 400 tons of pure glass look like? At the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art this month, you can find out—thanks to a new maze designed and built by the artist Robert Morris using 968,902 pounds of one-inch-thick glass.
What is it about humans that make us love–and hate–being lost? Since the time of ancient Greece, we've been figuring out ways to entertain ourselves within extraordinarily confusing structures.
Oh, Gaddafi, you eccentric old creeper. Of course you have a gigantic network of tunnels under Tripoli so you can sneak around and do dastardly shit. Yeah, well, all your tunnel are belong to rebels.
These handmade pallet coasters from Spanish designer Labyrinth have reignited my long dormant love of objects on which I place cool, condensation-covered beverages.
Now VP of product marketing at Apple, years ago Michael Tchao worked on the team that invented the Newton. Considering that was one of the first touchscreen "tablets" around, wouldn't you just love to know his favorite iPad apps?
Hands up who had one of those wooden Labyrinths round which you had to maneuver a silver marble without dropping it down a hole or biting your tongue off in the process? Knowing just how powerful a marketing tool nostalgia can be, Nissan has used the concept for the commercial for their new Rogue SUV. [TokyoMango]
Do you like golf? Do you like Labyrinth games? Do you have a HUGE house? If you answered yes to those three questions then you might just be in the market for one of these. Its a scaled up version of a Labyrinth game, and was created as a mini-golf hole that used golf balls rather than ball bearings—if you managed to…